NTUCMN Semester 2 Extraordinary General Meeting

Posted on Posted in Blog

The members of NTU Cat Management Network met on Monday (9 Feb) to discuss events that NTUCMN will be launching in the coming semester.

The meeting began with a recap of what we did in the past semester – our rescue operations, amidst others:

  • One major event that NTUCMN handled last month was Currie’s abuse case – the Hall 6 cat that went missing was found in Jurong West in a state of abuse, and adopted by its rescuer.
  • NTUCMN volunteers also created legacy training documents, such as adoption procedures and cat rescue standard operating procedures.
  • We also had a campus cat phototrip from 5-7 January; where we photographed 19 of our cats. This is, however, not the full number.
    • The photographs will be used to create posters that will be posted up on Hall noticeboards.

One of the posters to be produced

NTUCMN will also be organising a members-only talk, as well as our Inaugural Cat Talk, coupled with fundraising elements this semester.

Members-only talk with Love Kuching Project

Date: 28 February
Time: 1pm to 3pm
Location: Love Kuching Project foster space

The trip will allow our members who are currently taking care of our hall cats to learn more about cat rescue operations in a shelter, and the common and uncommon signs of illness in a hall cat.

Fundraising and our inaugural Cat Talk

NTUCMN will also launch its inaugural Cat Talk and its first fundraising event on the week of 30 March to 2 April – something that we hope will be held every year. TED for cats, anyone?

This year’s Cat Talk will be on social media and cat advocacy – and we have invited several of the big cats.

Details of the talk will be confirmed at a later date.

The meeting also saw the election of four new members into the main committee:

Publicity and Publications Secretary: Cherie Soh
Business and Events Manager: Teo Kai Ann
Operations Manager: Huang Xiaomei
Finance and Administration Secretary: Leanna Emmanuel

Leave a Reply